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Math 1314 Daily Poppers 015 Bubble in: Section #; Assign # 015; Your PSID#; Test Form A 1. Find the absolute maximum of 2 ( ) 8 6 f x x x = - + - . A. 4 B. -6 C. 10 D. -4 E. None of the above
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Bubble in: Section #; Assign # 015; Your PSID#; Test Form A 2. Find the absolute minimum value of 3 2 ( ) 3 5 f x x x = - + on [-1, 1]. A. 1 B. 5 C. 3 D. None of the above
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Bubble in: Section #; Assign # 015; Your PSID#; Test Form A 3. Find the critical numbers: 1 2 ( ) 2 f x x x = - A. 1/16, 0 B. 1/16 C. 0, ¼ D. None of the above
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Bubble in: Section #; Assign # 015; Your PSID#; Test Form A 4. Suppose 3 2 ( ) 6 8 f x x x = - - and the critical
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Unformatted text preview: numbers are 0 and 4. Find the absolute maximum on the interval [-1, 5]. A. Absolute maximum is -8 B. Absolute maximum is 0 C. Absolute maximum is 4 D. Absolute maximum is 40 Bubble in: Section #; Assign # 015; Your PSID#; Test Form A 5. Suppose 3 2 ( ) 6 8 f x x x =--and the critical numbers are 0 and 4. Find the absolute minimum on the interval [-1, 5]. A. Absolute minimum is -63 B. Absolute minimum is 5 C. Absolute minimum is 4 D. Absolute minimum is -40 Bubble in: Section #; Assign # 015; Your PSID#; Test Form A 6. B 7. C 8. D...
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